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Artcurial Retromobile February 7th, 2020

https://www.artcurial.com/fr/vente-3980-retromobile-2020

2pm, February 7th, 2020

Salon Rétromobile Hall 2.2, Paris Expo – Porte de Versailles, 75015 Paris, France

1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS 27/140 / 200hp Sport Tourer Bodywork attributed to Fernandez & Darrin (France)

Artcurial took over the mantle of official Retromobile auction host in 2011 and after several years of success, made a giant splash in 2015 when they offered the Baillon collection of barnfinds boosting results into the $50+ million range. Since then they have offered the Bardinon family 335S which fetched a new record price and despite a weak 2017 they looked forward to offering the Bardinon families Le Mans winning 250P although court action saw that lot withdrawn and the top lot was a 250GT Cabriolet Series I that was priced well above market and its failure to sell hurt both the sales results and its overall lustre. 2019 saw them offer the Alfa Romeo 8C2900B and Serenessima collection which sold well and some of the sales lustre was regained. Unfortunately 2020 is not going to be one of the glamour years with just one lot estimated at more than 3 million euro’s and Artcurial will have their work cut out to top 20 million, let alone 30.

Date – Sold/Offered/ % – Total Gross US$ – Top Sale US$

2007 28/45 (62%) $4,889,972 $1,228,251 1991 Peugeot 905
2008 33/45 (73%) $5,542,509 $757,857 1935 Voisin C25 Aerodyne
2009 21/54 (39%) $3,719,139 $1,907,431 1969 Matra MS650
2010 23/50 (46%) $2,980,858 $723,914 1935 Voisin C25 Aerodyne
2011 74/103 (72%) $8,891,965 $790,006 1937 Bugatti Type 57C Atalante
2012 94/103 (91%) $17,762,419 $5,931,349 1959 Ferrari 250GT California
2013 102/115 (89%) $18,512,160 $1,955,001 1936 Talbot-Lago T150C
2014 160/191 (84%) $37,611,772 $3,645,192 1953 Ferrari 166MM/53
2015 155/175 (89%) $53,815,390 $18,644,874 1961 Ferrari 250GT California
2016 136/170 (80%) $61,217,144 $35,916,918 1957 Ferrari 335S
2017 116/153 (76%) $36,176,351 $4,666,566 1965 Ferrari Dino Speciale
2018 141/177 (80%) $36,019,849 $3,563,097 1938 Bugatti Type 57 Atalante
2019 100/147 (68%) $44,668,558 $19,079,937 1939 Alfa Romeo 8C2900B
2020 106/154 (69%) $23,310,314 $2,758,836 1965 Ferrari 275GTB

Prof. Porsche joined Mercedes in the early 1920s and wanted to work on the smaller cars, especially the Rumpler designed Benz post merger, but was the Daimler-Benz board forced the issue and the rather large W.06/ S-Type was born. Featuring a partially underslung chassis based on the 630k and a 180bhp supercharged 6.8 litre engine based on the 680k this new car was certainly of its time, both fast and sturdy enough for the roads it was designed for. As a race car the S-Type was extremely successful and took honours at the Eifelrennen and German GP in 1927 while dominating most hillclimbs. The SS with a new 200bhp 7.1 litre engine and lowered bodywork was available from 1928 while 1929 saw the ultimate evolution, the mighty 250bhp SSK with the SS engine in a shorty wheelbase and the elephant blower increasing the power some 50bhp. Approximately 300 W.06 models were built of all kinds with many upgraded or downgraded as suited while roughly 110 SS-Types would be built before production ceased in 1932. Artcurial are offering one of these SS-Types that was produced for display at the 1930 New York Auto Show as a rolling chassis before being sent to Fernandez et Darrin for very elegant, even beautiful Sports Tourer coachwork to be fitted. Certainly the car was delivered to Washington DC and remained in the USA until recently before it was sold to Germany pre 2009. Now its interesting that Artcurials rather awful description of this fine car doesn’t really say anything about the condition of the car other than that its engine was restored and thats it. As for values, a sporting SSK would be $15 – 30+ million prospect and is comparable to the best of any pre war marque but the S and SS types lag behind somewhat. Within these types there are also the race cars with their sleek cut down Tourer bodies and boys own stories that are easily $10 – 15 million. And then there are the road cars which begin with the standard works coachwork at $3.5 – 6 million and the bespoke coachwork cars at $5 – 10 million. This car might be a bespoke car but it lacks the excitement of the best and with its history rather lacking the lower end of the €6 – 8 mil. ($6.6 – 8.8 mil.) estimate is ample. It is still arguably my favourite car being auctioned in Paris.

1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS 27/140 / 200hp Sport Tourer Bodywork attributed to Fernandez & Darrin (France)

Ferrari had been producing multiple model ranges when they decided to rationalise them into four in late 1964, the family 330GT 2+2, the sporty 275s in GTB Coupe and GTS Spider form and the luxury 500 Superfast. The 275GTB borrowed much from the 250s that had preceded it with a longer wheelbase tubular chassis mated to a 3.3 litre version of the Colombo V12 offering 250bhp and continent covering pace. Pretty soon Ferrari decided to offer a 6 twin choke Weber upgrade that saw performance jump to 275bhp. Artcurials car was built for Siegfried Zimpfler, a wealthy Swiss and raced at the Monza 1000km in ’66 and even won the over 3 litre GT category. This 275GTB is offered in documented, original condition and Artcurial have offered an estimate of €2 – 3 mil. ($2.2 – 3.3 mil.). Back in 2015 I would have said it was a perfectly reasonable estimate but now I think it will struggle to even reach the minimum estimate.

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB 6 CarburetorsChassis 67851965 Ferrari 275 GTB 6 Carburetors

Porsche had been racing a series of 356 based cars through 1960 when they began to develop a bespoke F1 race car with a 1.5 litre flat 8 engine. While the F1 car was unsuccessful the technology developed for that car would eventually filter down to the 904 racer which was super successful, especially with the new flat 6 from the 911. By 1966 Porsche were ready to take the next step and the 906 which was effectively a lightweight version of the earlier car with 250 pounds scraped off an already light car. While still not as fast as the 4 litre Ferraris and 7 litre Fords these Porsche were competitive at the twistier tracks such as the Targa Florio and began to pick up overall wins when the faster cars failed. Arcurials car was delivered to Mr Ermanno Spazzapan in Italy and used in hillclimbs along with national circuit races. Ennio Bonomelli bought the car in 1967 and continued to race it before it passed to collector Corrado Cupellini and it later passed to Germany and finally France and Italy again. The 906s with the best competition history and originality are in the upper $1 million range but this one will likely struggle to reach Artcurials €1.4 – 1.8 mil. ($1.54 – 1.98 mil.) estimate.

1966 Porsche 906

Alfa Romeo replaced their 6C1750 and 8C2300 range in 1934 with the 6C2300 and they later upgraded the range to the 6C2300B with IFS and a rear swing axle. As with all pre war Alfa Romeo the value is dependent on the coachwork with the more dramatic and exciting worth multiples of the more prosaic examples. Artcurial are offering two unique Worblaufen DHCs that were made in the late 1930s and despite having entirely separate existences they were reunited by one Swiss collector in recent years. Now one of these cars is a Lungo DHC with totally unique and rather racy coachwork and would be ideal for any concours while the other is a Pescara Convertible that looks rather like a Talbot. Its interesting to compare Artcurials €1.25 – 1.75 mil. ($1.375 – 1.925 mil.) estimate for the Lungo with the €650 – 750k ($715 – 825k) estimate for the convertible. I would say the Pescara is market correct but the Lungo is at least $200k too expensive.

¤ 1938 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 B Lungo cabriolet Worblaufen

Ferrari’s palace revolt saw Count Volpi, formerly Ferrari’s best customer with Luigi Chinetti, decide to beat Ferrari at their own game and being wealthy enough he decided to poach Carlo Chitti, Phil Hill and a few others leaving Ferrari to rebuild. Volpi’s ATS produced a Formula 1 car and a small series of road cars but as with so many attempts his wealth was soon squandered for little obvious reward and the project folded. A few years later and with the itch not scratched Alberto Massimino had been hired to design a new quad cam V8 that was fitted to the McLaren M2B in 1966. In return McLaren supplied a M8A Can Am chassis that Volpi’s team fitted one of their V8 engines to and ran in some Italian national events. Stirling Moss’ mechanic Alf Francis was charged with building new 3 valve heads for the V8 engine and its unclear but it seems the M8A was rebodied for 1969 racing which proved it to be fast but unstable. Like the other Serenissima the car was then parked and remains incredibly original. Its hard to know where to value this car since it isn’t particularly beautiful and should probably be valued as a McLaren M8 rather than a Serenissima, if that is indeed what it is. As such Artcurials €1 – 1.4 mil. ($1.1 – 1.54 mil.) estimate is roughly $300 – 400k too expensive.

1967 Serenissima 3000SP Prototipo

Delahaye was one of the early French marques although they remained fairly staid manufacturers until the mid 1930s when the 135 was developed. The later 1930s saw a plethora of 135 derivatives ranging from dowdy sedans through wild Figoni bodied concours queens to full 135S racers. One of the 16 135S race cars is on offer at Artcurial and was built for Pierre-Louis Dreyfus who raced as Helde (his granddaughter is the actor Julia) although he soon sold it to a French amateur who raced it at Le Mans without success. Later fitted with a Guillore saloon body and restored to original form this is a very usable and lovely 1930s race car that would be ideal for any event including the Le Mans historic. Artcurials €800k – 1.2 mil. ($880k – 1.32 mil.) estimate might seem pretty cheap vis-a-vis the equivalent Bugatti but it is market correct.

1936 Delahaye 135 Spécial roadster biplace

Ferrari had success in 1979 with Jody Scheckter taking the WDC and with Villeneuve the teams title but 1980 saw the team well off the pace and two major changes were agreed to, the development of a turbo car for 1981 and the hiring of Harvey Postlethwaite to design a new chassis. 1981 saw Villeneuve take two wins in the new 126C while 1982 seemed to be Ferrari’s to lose which they did with intercene fighting seeing Villeneuve die and Pironi break both legs and a broken team. Ferrari regrouped for 1983 with Arnoux and Tambay in the drivers seat. Despite being very competitive they were always hampered by unreliability although they came at a time of great change for the formula with team switching from Cosworth to turbo power, carbon fibre everything, electronics and aero becoming key. #068 was the car Arnoux used to win the Dutch GP on the way to finishing third in the WDC. Artcurial have given the car an estimate of €600k – 1 mil. ($660k – 1.1 mil.) which is actually pretty cheap for a Ferrari F1 car and it will be comparatively cheap to run, although figure another $100 – 200k minimum per year in maintenance and the early 1980s weren’t one of Ferrari’s most exciting era’s.

1983 Ferrari 126 C3-068 Formule 1

Pre-war highlights include:

  • 1898 Benz 3.5HP Comfortable Vis-a-vis – Est. €160 – 260k ($176 – 286k)
  • 1927 Bugatti Type 37/44 Monoplace – Est. €380 – 460k ($418 – 506k)
  • 1934 Bugatti Type 57 Van Vooren Cabriolet – Est. €450 – 650k ($495 – 715k)
  • 1935 Bugatti Type 57 Torpedo – Est. €420 – 540k ($462 – 594k)
  • 1939 Mercedes-Benz 320 Cabriolet A – Est. €380 – 440k ($418 – 484k)
1935 Bugatti 57 torpédo "Paris-Nice"

Mid century highlights include:

  • 1954 Porsche 356 Pre A 1500 Cabriolet – Est. €200 – 300k ($220 – 330k)
  • 1955 Talbot Lago Sport 2500 – Est. €140 – 180k ($154 – 198k)
  • 1959 DB HBR4 – Est. €140 – 180k ($154 – 198k)
  • 1959 Jaguar XK150S 3.4 Roadster – Est. €120 – 160k ($132 – 176k)
  • 1960 Facel Vega Excellence – Est. €100 – 160k ($110 – 176k)
  • 1961 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II – Est. €80 – 140k ($88 – 154k)
  • 1965 AC Cobra 289 – Est. €650k – 1 mil. ($715k – 1.1 mil.)
  • 1969 Porsche 911S 2.2 Coupe – Est. €130 – 160k ($143 – 176k)
  • 1972 Porsche 911S 2.4 Coupe – Est. €145 – 180k ($159 – 198k)
  • 1972 Maserati Bora – Est. €120 – 160k ($132 – 176k)
  • 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 Lightweight – Est. €800k – 1 mil. ($880k – 1.1 mil.)
  • 1973 Ford Escort Mark 1 RS1600 – Est. €180 – 220k ($198 – 242k)
  • 1973 Lamborghini Islero 400GTS – Est. €120 – 160k ($132 – 176k)
  • 1977 Lamborghini Countach LP400 Periscopo – Est. €800k – 1.2 mil. ($880k – $1.32 mil.)
  • 1978 Rondeau M378 Le Mans – Est. €900k – 1.2 mil. ($990k – 1.32 mil.)
  • 1978 Volkswagen Kombi Type 2 Campmobile – Est. €60 – 120k ($66 – 132k)
1955 Talbot Lago Sport 2500 (T14 LS)

Modern highlights include:

  • 1984 Lamborghini Countach LP500S – Est. €300 – 400k ($330 – 440k)
  • 1986 Lamborghini LM002 – Est. €200 – 260k ($220 – 286k)
  • 1991 Ferrari F40 – Est. €1 – 1.2 mil. ($1.1 – 1.32 mil.)
  • 1993 Jaguar XJ220C Competition Coupe – Est. €900k – 1.3 mil. ($990k – 1.43 mil.)
  • 2006 Ferrari 599GTB Fiorano – Est. €140 – 180k ($154 – 198k)
1986 Lamborghini LM002

Affordable highlights include:

  • 1925 Talbot DC Saoutchik Cabriolet – Est. €50 – 70k ($55 – 77k)
  • 1953 Delahaye 235 Letourner et Marchand Coupe – Est. €40 – 60k ($44 – 66k)
  • 1951 Simca 8 Sport Cabriolet – Est. €40 – 60k ($44 – 66k)
  • 1962 Lamborghini 2R Tractor – Est. €20 – 40k ($22 – 44k)
  • 1965 Autobianchi Bianchina Eden Roc Cabriolet – Est. €25 – 35k ($27 – 38k)
  • 1970 Citroen ID20 Wagon – Est. €25 – 35k ($27 – 38k)
  • 1954 Delage D6 3L Chapron Sedan – Est. €25 – 30k ($27 – 33k)
  • 1947 Julien Type MM5 2cv – Est. €6 – 12k ($7 – 13k)
1970 Citroën ID 20 Break  No reserve

Results

Artcurial have dominated Retromobile week and for several years been the greatest auction outside Monterey. After 2019s blockbuster, 2020s selection of consignments was less than satisfactory and it was no surprise that just $23.3 million worth of cars were sold, well down compared to 2019s $44.66 mil. Leading the way was the 1965 Ferrari 275GTB at $2.76 million although just 69% of lots found new homes. Top sellers included the 1981 Toyota BJ43 Landcruiser that fetched €114k ($126k), 76% above its high estimate, 2000 Ferrari 550 Maranello at €122k ($134k), +52% and 1983 Ferrari 126C3 F1 at €1.44 mil. ($1.59 mil.), +44%. Mid estimate sellers were the 1939 Delahaye 135S at €918k ($1.011 mil.), 1993 Jaguar XJ220C Competition Coupe at €1.086 mil. ($1.197 mil.), 1991 Ferrari F40 at €1.11 mil. ($1.23 mil.), 1966 Porsche 906 at €1.73 mil. ($1.908 mil.) and 1965 Ferrari 275GTB/6C at €2.5 mil. ($2.76 mil.). Poor sales were the 1936 Delahaye 135S Chapron Coupe at €19k ($21k), 68% below its estimate, 1938 Packard Super 8 Cabriolet at €9,536 ($10,512), -57% and 1967 Serenissima 3000SP at €900k ($992k), -11%. Notable sales were the 1938 Alfa Romeo 6C2300B Worblaufen DHC that failed at a reported high bid of €1 mil., 1929 Mercedes-Benz SS-Type Fernandez et Darrin Tourer at €4.9 mil, 1978 Rondeau M378 Le Mans at €680k and 1977 Lamborghini Countach LP400 Periscopo at €700k.

Key – Lot # – Year – Make – Model – Chassis/ VIN – Est EURO – Low/High – N.R = No Reserve – Est. US$ – Low/High

11 1936 Audi 225 Front Convertible €10,000 €20,000 N/R € 17,880 $19,709 Mid
12 1938 Packard Super 8 Cabriolet 444316 €15,000 €25,000 N/R € 9,536 $10,512 -57%
13 1949 Hotchkiss 686 S49 Gascogne 85472 €30,000 €50,000 N/R € 26,224 $28,907 -14%
14 1925 Talbot DC Saoutchik Cabriolet 49227 €50,000 €70,000 N/R € 64,368 $70,953 Mid
15 1955 Talbot Lago Sport 2500 140006 €140,000 €180,000 € 176,416 $194,463 Mid
16 1939 Delage D6-75 Letourne et Marchand Coupe 51815 €60,000 €90,000 N/R € 53,640 $59,127 -12%
17 1936 Delahaye 135S Chapron Coupe 47391 €60,000 €90,000 N/R € 19,072 $21,023 -214%
18 1954 Delage D6 3L Chapron Sedan 880330 €25,000 €30,000 N/R € 33,376 $36,790 11%
19 1929 Delage DMN Autobineau Faux Cabriolet 32338 €40,000 €60,000 N/R € 47,680 $52,558 Mid
20 1953 Delahaye 235 Letourner et Marchand Coupe 818037 €40,000 €60,000 N/R € 33,376 $36,790 -20%
21 1955 Talbot Lago T26L Record 103026 €35,000 €55,000 N/R Not sold Not sold
22 1938 Talbot Lago T23 Baby Coupe 93056 €140,000 €200,000 N/R Not sold Not sold
23 1936 Panhard-Levassor X73 Berline Parisienne 99681 €20,000 €30,000 N/R Not sold Not sold
24 1951 Simca 8 Sport Cabriolet 912973 €40,000 €60,000 N/R € 33,376 $36,790 -20%
25 1957 Peugeot 403 Cabriolet Darl’mat 2118854 €80,000 €100,000 € 102,512 $112,999 1%
26 1960 Mercedes-Benz 190SL 121.10.421.001.5634 €100,000 €120,000 € 97,744 $107,743 -3%
27 1963 Citroen ID19 Chapron Convertible 4251058 €165,000 €195,000 € 185,952 $204,975 Mid
28 1934 Bugatti Type 57 Van Vooren Cabriolet 57-162 €450,000 €650,000 € 500,640 $551,855 Mid
29 1938 Alfa Romeo 6C2300B Worblaufen DHC 814064 €1,250,000 €1,750,000 Not sold Not sold 30 1938 Alfa Romeo 6C2300B Worblaufen DHC 813910 €650,000 €750,000 Not sold Not sold
31 1963 Amphicar Schwimmwagen 103895 €55,000 €75,000 N/R € 71,520 $78,836 Mid
32 1947 Julien Type MM5 2cv 571 €6,000 €12,000 N/R € 17,880 $19,709 49%
33 1931 Citroen C4 G coach 105315 €20,000 €30,000 N/R Not sold Not sold
34 1922 Rolland-Pillain Type R Roadster 5206 €30,000 €50,000 N/R € 23,244 $25,622 -29%
35 1956 Talbot Lago Sport 2500 140011 €260,000 €320,000 Not sold Not sold
36 1959 DB HBR4 1110 €140,000 €180,000 € 172,840 $190,522 Mid
37 1939 Delahaye 135M Chapron Coupe 49369 €250,000 €350,000 € 268,200 $295,637 Mid
38 1939 Delahaye 135S 46625 €800,000 €1,200,000 € 917,840 $1,011,735 Mid
39 1956 Austin-Healey 100/4 BN2 Roadster BN2L/231282 €60,000 €80,000 N/R € 57,216 $63,069 -5%
40 1950 Jaguar Mark V 3.5 Litre DHC 647412 €60,000 €80,000 N/R € 61,984 $68,325 Mid
41 1935 Bugatti Type 57 Torpedo 57-300 €420,000 €540,000 Not sold Not sold
42 1927 Bugatti Type 37/44 Monoplace 37-334 €380,000 €460,000 Not sold Not sold
43 1939 Mercedes-Benz 320 Cabriolet A 019009 €380,000 €440,000 Not sold Not sold
44 1898 Benz 3.5HP Comfortable Vis-a-vis 788 €160,000 €260,000 € 170,456 $187,894 Mid
45 1929 Mercedes-Benz SS-Type Fernandez et Darrin Tourer 36223 €6,000,000 €8,000,000 Not sold Not sold
46 2006 Mercedes-Benz SLR WDD1993761M001099 €180,000 €230,000 Not sold Not sold
47 1948 Delahaye 135M Letourner et Marchand 800700 €150,000 €200,000 Not sold Not sold
48 1953 Delahaye 235 Chapron Coupe 818069 €100,000 €150,000 € 131,120 $144,534 Mid
49 1965 Autobianchi Bianchina Eden Roc Cabriolet 110B122006035 €25,000 €35,000 N/R € 33,376 $36,790 Mid
50 1957 Lancia Aurelia B50S Coupe B50 1651 €100,000 €150,000 € 107,280 $118,255 Mid
51 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series I 3.8 Coupe 886013 €130,000 €160,000 Not sold Not sold
52 1962 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet 2Y86H426426 €30,000 €50,000 N/R € 49,880 $54,983 Mid
53 1966 Volkswagen Kombi 21 window Samba 256083506 €80,000 €100,000 N/R € 109,664 $120,883 10%
54 1977 Citroen 2CV4 08KB6495 €15,000 €25,000 N/R € 29,800 $32,849 19%
55 1963 Citroen Ami 6 Berline 154871 €10,000 €15,000 N/R € 7,152 $7,884 -40%
56 1970 Citroen ID20 Wagon 3992536 €25,000 €35,000 € 23,840 $26,279 -5%
57 1965 Citroen DS19 Cabriolet 4294071 €70,000 €100,000 N/R Not sold Not sold
58 1968 Citroen DS21 Cabriolet 4600077 €120,000 €160,000 € 119,796 $132,051 -1%
59 1960 Facel Vega Excellence EX1 B086 €100,000 €160,000 € 91,655 $101,031 -9%
60 1975 Citroen DS23IE Pallas 02FG6451 €30,000 €40,000 N/R € 41,720 $45,988 4%
61 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Coupe WDB111 026-12-001206 €50,000 €70,000 N/R € 48,872 $53,872 -2%
66 1978 Volkswagen Kombi Type 2 Campmobile 2382042540 €60,000 €120,000 N/R € 101,320 $111,685 Mid
67 1980 Ferrari 512BB 29823 €220,000 €260,000 € 262,240 $289,067 1%
68 1972 Maserati Bora AM117362 €120,000 €160,000 N/R Not sold Not sold 69 1969 Ferrari 365GT 2+2 11307 €170,000 €230,000 € 143,040 $157,673 -19% 70 1961 Ferrari 250GTE 2339GT €280,000 €380,000 Not sold Not sold 71 1971 Fiat Dino Spider 2.4 135 BS 001410 €110,000 €130,000 € 113,240 $124,824 Mid 72 1965 Ghia 1500GT 0317992 €60,000 €100,000 N/R Not sold Not sold 73 1965 Jaguar E-Type Series I 4.2 Coupe 1E30991 €120,000 €180,000 € 154,960 $170,812 Mid 74 1965 AC Cobra 289 COB6027 €650,000 €1,000,000 € 750,960 $827,783 Mid 75 1968 AC Cobra 427 COX6128 €400,000 €600,000 € 399,320 $440,170 -1% 76 1966 Ferrari 330GTC 8723 €325,000 €460,000 € 387,400 $427,031 Mid 77 1987 Jaguar D-Type Replica by Wingfield S804085DN €120,000 €160,000 Not sold Not sold 78 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series I 3.8 Roadster 876396 €150,000 €200,000 € 143,040 $157,673 -5% 79 1958 Porsche 356A 1600 Speedster 84554 €250,000 €350,000 € 274,160 $302,207 Mid 80 1982 Porsche 911 Turbo Flachbau WP0ZZZ93ZCS000914 €120,000 €180,000 € 143,040 $157,673 Mid 81 1976 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 Targa 911 761 0306 €55,000 €75,000 N/R Not sold Not sold 82 1978 Porsche 930 Turbo 930 870 0091 €80,000 €120,000 N/R € 89,400 $98,546 Mid 83 1966 Porsche 906 906-115 €1,400,000 €1,800,000 € 1,730,600 $1,907,640 Mid 84 1966 Porsche 911 303591 €170,000 €250,000 € 205,024 $225,998 Mid 85 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 Lightweight 911 360 0555 €800,000 €1,000,000 Not sold Not sold N/A 86 1972 Porsche 911S 2.4 Coupe 911 230 0701 €145,000 €180,000 € 169,264 € 186,579 Mid 87 1969 Porsche 911S 2.2 Coupe 911 030 0219 €130,000 €160,000 € 154,960 $170,812 Mid 88 1983 TAG Croco 4×4 1.06.02.041.1283 €25,000 €45,000 N/R € 38,144 $42,046 Mid 89 1981 Toyota BJ43 Landcruiser BJ43900562 €45,000 €65,000 N/R € 114,432 $126,138 76% 90 1972 Range Rover 35800115A €50,000 €85,000 N/R € 65,560 $72,267 Mid 91 2015 Land Rover Defender 90 Autobiography SALLDWBP8GA484257 €60,000 €80,000 N/R € 88,208 $97,232 10% 92 1996 Range Rover Vogue SE 25th Anniversary SALLHAMM3MA662934 €40,000 €60,000 N/R € 39,336 $43,360 -2% 93 1959 Jaguar XK150S 3.4 Roadster T831847DN €120,000 €160,000 N/R € 131,120 $144,534 Mid 94 2005 Ferrari 575 Superamerica 143794 €230,000 €270,000 N/R € 262,240 $289,067 Mid 95 2006 Ferrari 599GTB Fiorano 147109 €140,000 €180,000 € 178,800 $197,091 Mid 96 2000 Ferrari 550 Maranello 121378 €60,000 €80,000 N/R € 121,584 $134,022 52% 97 1998 Ferrari 456M GT 112728 €60,000 €80,000 N/R € 78,672 $86,720 Mid 98 1983 Ferrari 126C3 F1 068 €600,000 €1,000,000 € 1,438,880 $1,586,077 44% 99 1965 Ferrari 275GTB/6C 06785 €2,000,000 €3,000,000 € 2,502,800 $2,758,836 Mid 100 1963 Maserati Sebring 3500GT Series I AM10101535 €200,000 €300,000 N/R € 238,400 $262,788 Mid
101 1979 BMW 530 JMS Racing €120,000 €200,000 € 131,120 $144,534 Mid
102 1970 Alfa Romeo 1300 GTA Junior 775897 €180,000 €240,000 Not sold Not sold
103 1974 Alpine A110 16 Valve 20377 €160,000 €220,000 Not sold Not sold
104 1973 Ford Escort Mark 1 RS1600 BJATNA69901 €180,000 €220,000 Not sold Not sold
105 1967 Serenissima 3000SP MK168-001 €1,000,000 €1,400,000 € 899,960 $992,026 -11%
106 1978 Rondeau M378 Le Mans M378/001 €900,000 €1,200,000 Not sold Not sold
107 1980 Chevron B60 302 €40,000 €60,000 N/R € 42,912 $47,302 Mid
108 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 124379N610871 €80,000 €120,000 Not sold Not sold
109 1983 Volkswagen Golf GTi WVWZZZ17ZEW010168 €20,000 €30,000 N/R € 27,416 $30,221 Mid
110 1984 BMW Alpina C1 2.3 WAPC123014C110111 €45,000 €65,000 N/R € 53,640 $59,127 Mid
111 2009 Alfa Romeo 8C Spider ZAR92000000049517 €220,000 €250,000 Not sold Not sold
112 2007 Ferrari 599GTB 156243 €240,000 €280,000 € 281,184 $309,949 1%
113 1993 Jaguar XJ220C Competition Coupe 003 €900,000 €1,300,000 € 1,085,760 $1,196,833 Mid
114 1995 Venturi 400GT VK8TRY61195CE0008 €180,000 €230,000 Not sold Not sold
115 1991 Ferrari F40 84662 €1,000,000 €1,200,000 € 1,112,840 $1,226,684 Mid
116 1984 Ferrari 208GTS Turbo 49485 €60,000 €70,000 N/R € 63,176 $69,639 Mid
117 1968 Ford Mustang GT390 Fastback 8T02S218892 €60,000 €80,000 N/R € 85,824 $94,604 7%
118 2009 Ferrari 430 Spider 16M 169860 €330,000 €380,000 Not sold Not sold
119 1939 Singer Nine Le Mans Tourer 86306 €30,000 €50,000 N/R € 28,608 $31,535 -5%
120 1971 Fiat 500 Lusso 29511202 €15,000 €25,000 N/R € 29,800 $32,849 19%
121 1967 Ford Mustang GT390 Fastback 7T01S133885 €150,000 €300,000 € 244,360 $269,358 Mid
122 2006 Ford GT 1FAFP90S16Y400211 €320,000 €380,000 € 375,480 $413,892 Mid
123 1965 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 SFM5S070 €200,000 €250,000 Not sold Not sold
124 1972 De Tomaso Pantera GTS Group 3 1FAFP90S16Y400211 €180,000 €250,000 Not sold Not sold
125 1998 Marcos Mantis GTO SA9FSCXXWYR050329 €70,000 €90,000 N/R Not sold Not sold
126 1973 BMW 3.0 CSL 2285339 €100,000 €140,000 Not sold Not sold
127 1976 TOJ SC04 12 €180,000 €240,000 Not sold Not sold
128 1975 TOJ SC03 004 €180,000 €240,000 Not sold Not sold
129 1974 TOJ SS02 2 €265,000 €285,000 Not sold Not sold
130 1962 Lamborghini 2R Tractor 10576 €20,000 €40,000 N/R € 17,880 $19,709 -12%
131 2000 Lamborghini Diablo Convertible Coupe LA12373 €200,000 €260,000 € 214,560 $236,509 Mid
132 1984 Lamborghini Countach LP500S ZA9C00500ELA12740 €300,000 €400,000 Not sold Not sold
133 2001 Lamborghini Diablo VT 1LA12849 €230,000 €280,000 Not sold Not sold
134 1977 Lamborghini Countach LP400 Periscopo 1120262 €800,000 €1,200,000 Not sold Not sold
135 1986 Lamborghini LM002 12019 €200,000 €260,000 Not sold Not sold
136 1986 Lamborghini Espada 400GT 7051 €210,000 €260,000 Not sold Not sold
137 1973 Lamborghini Jarama 400GT 10442 €120,000 €160,000 € 119,200 $131,394 -1%
138 1987 Ferrari 328GTB 67499 €60,000 €80,000 N/R € 59,600 $65,697 -1%
139 2003 Lamborghini Murcielago ZHWBE16M03LA00690 €130,000 €180,000 € 149,000 $164,243 Mid
140 1993 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione II ZLA831AB000582135 €60,000 €80,000 N/R € 65,560 $72,267 Mid
141 1970 Lancia Fulvia HF 1600 818 540 002179 €70,000 €100,000 Not sold Not sold
142 1971 Ferrari 365GTC/4 14833 €150,000 €220,000 € 149,640 $164,948 -1%
143 1982 Ferrari 512BBi 41351 €170,000 €220,000 Not sold Not sold
144 1959 Maserati 3500GT Coupe AM101*742 €150,000 €190,000 Not sold Not sold
145 2005 Maserati 4200GT ZAMBC38B000020016 €25,000 €35,000 N/R € 44,104 $48,616 26%
146 1979 Rolls-Royce Corniche II DRX50032 €40,000 €60,000 N/R € 33,376 $36,790 -20%
147 1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk 6030300 €35,000 €55,000 N/R € 41,720 $45,988 Mid
148 1961 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II LCB92 €80,000 €140,000 Not sold Not sold
149 1964 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark III BJ8 HBJ8L/25556 €55,000 €75,000 N/R € 81,056 $89,348 8%
150 1959 BMW 503 69336 €70,000 €110,000 € 89,400 $98,546 Mid
151 1954 Porsche 356 Pre A 1500 Cabriolet 60646 €200,000 €300,000 € 214,560 $236,509 Mid
152 1989 Porsche 911 3.2 Clubsport WPOZZZ91ZKS102565 €130,000 €160,000 € 128,736 $141,906 -1%
153 1929 Mercedes-Benz 460 Nurburg Limousine 52685 €190,000 €240,000 Not sold Not sold
154 1965 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman Limousine 100.014.12.000402 €200,000 €300,000 € 238,400 $262,788 Mid
155 1959 Porsche Type 218 Diesel Tractor 2795H €20,000 €30,000 N/R Not sold Not sold
156 1969 Mercedes-Benz 600 Limousine 100.012.12.001484 €80,000 €120,000 € 91,784 $101,174 Mid
157 1957 Mercedes-Benz 190SL 121.042.10.9500324 €80,000 €120,000 N/R € 89,400 $98,546 Mid
158 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL 113.044.12.011783 €80,000 €100,000 N/R € 65,560 $72,267 -22%
159 1967 Mercedes-Benz 300SE Coupe 112.021.10.009736 €40,000 €60,000 N/R € 57,216 $63,069 Mid
160 1952 Mercedes-Benz 220A Sedan 187.014.75.1452 €20,000 €30,000 N/R € 40,528 $44,674 35%
161 1964 Mercedes-Benz 220 Sedan 111.010.10.057831 €8,000 €12,000 N/R € 9,536 $10,512 Mid
162 1963 Mercedes-Benz 220SE 111.014.10.039373 €6,000 €10,000 N/R € 14,304 $15,767 43%
163 1963 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Cabriolet 111.023.12.052679 €60,000 €80,000 N/R € 77,480 $85,406 Mid
164 1960 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Coupe 128.037.11.003519 €50,000 €70,000 N/R € 45,296 $49,930 -10%
165 1963 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Sedan 111.014.10.046476 €6,000 €10,000 N/R € 13,708 $15,110 37%
166 1968 Mercedes-Benz 230S Sedan 111.010.10.105921 €6,000 €10,000 N/R € 10,728 $11,825 7%
167 1959 Bentley S1 B86LGC €35,000 €50,000 N/R € 45,296 $49,930 Mid

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